Rhythm Heaven Fever - Set 4 Perfect





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Published on Sep 1, 2012

As you can figure, this is the last time I will be uploading these stages. These descriptions, thus, are my final thoughts and notes. Not that, of course, they're my absolute last words about them, since I'm always open for discussion on the comments, but aside from maybe some tangential remarks in future videos, you're not going to read any further descriptions on these stages.

Set 4 consists of "Ringside," "Packing Pests," "Micro-Row," "Samurai Slice," and "Remix 4."

Stage 16
Here is what is easily the most famous stage in the game, which has become a meme on both Japan's Nico Nico Douga and the rest of the world's YouTube. These meme videos are based off a perfect play in the stage, unless the mistake was deliberate, so to people familiar with this stage before they started playing, this would be one of the easiest Perfects--and indeed, this is many players' first. As my 18th Perfect, you'd probably have expected me to pull this off sooner, but I paid no attention to anything Rhythm Heaven Fever until I got this game. And I'm prone to small errors, which Perfects, true to their name, do not tolerate.

Stage 17
Packing Pests
This stage may feel overwhelming when you first play, as you're expected to react quickly--at least, that's how the stage might appear to be at first glance. However, the stage works in cycles of 16 beats with three rules: Without a double-up, the stage always alternates between candy and spider; each cycle always begins with a andy-spider set, and each cycle always ends with a double-up. With this, the best shot at getting the Perfect is to get deeply accustomed to the double-ups, as there are a lot of them. Everything else will become a keep-the-beat type stage. I got used to the doube-ups, and the Perfect for "Packing Pests" became my 22nd.

Stage 18
The game kept giving me Perfect chances for this. A good third of them, I would estimate, was either "Micro-Row" or "Micro-Row 2." For some reason, the game REALLY wanted me to get a Perfect on this, and it eventually became my 25th Perfect. I thought this would be one of the last ones, since the timing is so strict on this one that I seem to inevitably mess up somewhere or another. Even now, I'd call what you see here a fluke.

Stage 19
Samurai Slice
It is rather perplexing that one such as me would have to endure so many moons before achieving Perfection on behalf of the Wandering Samurai, as the 38th in succession. Perhaps one can take example from the Samurai himself, for he but gazes down at the floor, and not at his adversaries, when he arms for combat--my own gaze pointed at the demons themselves. You must clear your mind and rid yourself of any anxiety or doubt that will cloud your judgment, so it seems, like the cloud of demons obscures the Samurai's way, or you will not attain what you desire.

Stage 20
Remix 4
You know, I never really figured out why I can get through these remixes with pretty few mistakes, yet it takes me so long to iron out those mistakes. I always mess up somewhere sooner or later, and that means while I can perform well enough for a Superb quite easily, I won't get the Perfects until quite late in. This was 30th, by the way, making it one of the earlier Remixes I got a Perfect in. I also happened to get this before "Samurai Slice."


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